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Harrell, Shonta; Bynum, Yvette – Alabama Journal of Educational Leadership, 2018
Technology is an integral part of our everyday lives. In fact, students in our public schools are considered digital natives and have become accustomed to always being connected to their devices and the Internet. In 2013, 71 percent of the US population age 3 and older used the Internet (Snyder, de Brey, & Dillow, 2016). Given the importance…
Descriptors: Technology Integration, Program Implementation, Barriers, Faculty Development
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Loague, Averil; Caldwell, Naomi; Balam, Esenc – Alabama Journal of Educational Leadership, 2018
Since the 1970's the implementation of technology into instruction in K-12 schools and higher education has been an uneven process of acceptance and use despite the fact that digital literacy and computer skills are now an accepted requirement for anyone to participate in today's society. This uneven flow of adoption moves along a continuum that…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, College Faculty, Black Colleges
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Edwards, Anjell H.; Neill, Patricia; Faust, Phyllis B. – Alabama Journal of Educational Leadership, 2015
This study examined differences in perceptions of content area teachers receiving literacy coaching and teachers receiving no literacy coaching regarding implementation of literacy instruction. It also examined student achievement on standardized tests relative to literacy coaching. A survey measured teachers' perceptions regarding their…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Coaching (Performance), Literacy Education, Academic Achievement
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Stinson, Antwuan – Alabama Journal of Educational Leadership, 2015
Educational research focuses on the way teachers and students interact and how teachers structure learning environments to promote interactions. Rural schools require more efficient use of limited human resources if they are not able to hire sufficient numbers of teachers who possess the knowledge and skills. The researcher used a phenomenological…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Interaction, Educational Environment, Rural Schools